When out for camping or on a road trip, it becomes difficult to get the comfort of a personal shower space. Military people also face such a situation quite often. To ease things a bit, Joseph Goetschel has designed a handy equipment named the Field Shower.
It can be assembled in no time and does not require any tools either. The shower is light in weight (less than 50 pounds) and ranks high on the portability scale. It can be easily snapped before carrying and will come down to sections measuring not more than 3×3 feet. All these sections can be placed together with the help of a latch in a neat way. Wow! The rectangular shaped unit will have a base crafted out of plastic that will make it lightweight. It will comprise of a floor, which will have a ¼ inch drain hole placed on the ground surface.
The unit will further consist of two side walls (6×6), two roof panels and a front wall embedded with a hinged door. This door will be used for entering the shower. It will have a shower head that will be connected to a water source. The Filed Shower will have an illuminating option that will be operated by a battery. The light source will be of great help in case someone wants to use the shower when dusk sets in.
To get water from the water line, a pump with a run off of 110-220 watts is used. The outdoor arrangement will have a water heating facility for those who don’t like showering with cold water. An electric heater will be fitted in a collapsible bag of 15 gallon capacity. The generator powered shower has been built in a way to accommodate two people.
The Field Shower is easy to carry and will make sure you don’t compromise with your hygienic state anywhere you go. Enjoy the comfort of your shower room and lay your hands on one such unit if you stay away from home.